What is a critical analysis of Through the Looking-Glass?

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Lewis Carroll's novel made significant, ground-breaking contributions through the combination of its serious treatment of philosophical issues, delightful humor, and indicative use of language. While it serves as a sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, it also offers a distinct fantasy world that mirrors reality. Carroll's knowledge of mathematics as an element of games is also on view.

The novel has claimed a permanent...

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